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  2. AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS

    Sir Douglas Haig reports to-night "On Thursday our low-[?]ying aeroplanes dropped several thousand pounds on the enemy's infantry. We ...

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  3. THE REFERENDUM

    Mr. Hughes, who arrived to-day from his northern trip, during which he travelled over 2000 miles and addressed eleven meetings, was ...

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  4. LORD LANDSDOWNE'S LETTER

    The German papers publish Lord Lansdowne's letter on their front pages. They consider it the beginning of reasonableness in England. ...

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  5. DUTCH HOPES

    The Dutch newspapers in their comment on Lord Lansdowne's letter, are hopeful that his message may lead to the early ending of the ...

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  6. REPORTED ARREST.

    A message from Petrograd says it is reported there that the ex-Premier, M. Kerensky, has been arrested. ...

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  7. DISPOSAL OF BUTTER

    The Home and Foreign Produce Exchange, on behalf of a number of firms which advanced cash for considerable quantities of butter in ...

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  8. FREEDOM OF THE SEAS

    Mr. Andrew Fisher presided today at the St. Andrew's Day festival of the Royal Scottish Corporation. Mr. J. L. Macpherson, ...

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  9. OPPOSITION TO TRUCE.

    The German Fatherland party has petitioned the Reichstag to oppose a general truce, believing that it would be advantageous to England. ...

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  10. ANTI-BRITISH ACTION.

    M. Trotsky refuses to allow Britishers to leave Russia until Tchitcherin, Petroff, and other agitators interned in England are ...

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  11. UNIONIST LEADERS

    A meeting of the leaders of the Unionist party, to-day, including Sir Edward Carson, Mr. Walter Long, and delegates from all parts ...

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  12. PEACE PROPOSALS

    The organs of the Provisional Government, criticising the Bolshevik peace proposals, say that negotiations opened by rebels for ...

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  13. PEACE PROSPECTS.

    Count Fitztum, speaking in the Saxon Diet, declared that the Reichstag peace resolutions of July 19 no longer corresponded to the ...

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  14. FRENCH REPORTS

    To-days's French communique reports:—"The artillery duel increased last night on the right bank of the Meuse in the Beaumont-Bois le ...

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  15. MR. BONAR LAW'S ADDRESS

    Addressing to-day's meeting of Unionist leaders, Mr. Bonar Law, in an exhaustive review of the situation, said that Lord Lansdowne had ...

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  16. SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS

    It is reported that some Dutch ships will trade between the United States and Australia, under an agreement reached by the Dutch ...

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  17. VIEWS OF STATESMEN

    In the course of an interview today Lord Robert Cecil said:—"Before publishing his remarkable views regarding the means of ...

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  18. MR. BERNARD SHAW TALKS.

    In the course of a speech last night, Mr. Bernard Shaw said:—"After the decisive battle of Waterloo peace had to be negotiated. ...

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  19. KALEDIN'S MOVEMENTS

    It is reported that General Kaledin has surrounded Rostoff and arrested, many Bolshevik officers. General Kaledin commands 10,000 ...

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  20. TRAFALGAR SQUARE TANK

    A queue of actors ana actresses, including Mr. George Robey and Misses Madge Titheradge, Lily Brayton, and Lillian Braithwaite, ...

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  21. AMERICANS IN FRANCE

    It is announced that men of the National Guard from every State, numbering 27,000, and also aviators, Have safely arrived in France and ...

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  22. CHRISTMAS MESSAGES

    The Secretary for War, Lord Derby, in a message in the Christmas number of the Overseas Club's publication, states:—"Let us look ...

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  23. "WEARY OLD MAN."

    There has been a great rusk of investors to the tank in Trafalgar Square. The subscriptions to-day include one of a hundred thousand ...

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  24. HOPES OF A MILLION.

    The Trafalgar Square "tank" has sold £319,640 in war bonds during the week, and it is hoped to complete the million sterling next week, ...

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  25. ANTI-BOLSHEVIK REVOLT

    The United Press correspondent at Stockholm says that many Russian provinces are on the brink of an anti-Bolshevik revolt, and that ...

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  26. INVASION OF ITALY

    Cable messages from Rome say that the Teutons are converting the invaded parts of Italy into a second Belgium. They placed women and ...

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  27. WAR MEMORIALS

    A conference of the Trade Union Congress and the Labour party will be held in Nottingham in January, and will consider a proposal to ...

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  28. NO NEGOTIATIONS NOW.

    Speaking last night at Northampton, Mr. Austen Chamberlain said:—"Negotiations with Germany are at this stage impossible. Germany ...

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  29. CZAR'S DAUGHTER

    The "Morning Post" states that the Czar's daughter Tatiana, who was reported to have escaped from Tobolsk, and to be journeying to ...

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  30. OFFICIAL REPORTS

    To-day's Italian communique reports artillery activity, particularly at Melette, and on the middle and lower Piave plains. British ...

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  31. WELSH PROPOSAL.

    A Welsh committee, including Mrs. Lloyd George, is raising £150,000 for a memorial to the North Wales heroes, consisting of ...

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  32. MORE AMERICAN VIEWS

    The American newspapers are practically unanimous in condemning Lord Lansdowne. They declare that there is nothing new in his ...

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  33. MR. GERARD'S VIEWS

    The ex-Ambassador to Germany, Mr. James Gerard, in a speech here to-day, while agreeing that Germany cannot and should not be ...

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  34. RUSSIAN DOUBTS.

    Russian circles here ridicule the story of the escape of the Grand Duchess Tatiana, and suggest that it is a sheer fabrication she ...

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  35. AMERICAN OPINION

    The United Press correspondent in Washington says that the Administration, while approving of a restatement of the allied war aims, ...

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  36. MISCELLANEOUS

    Advices from San Francisco say that Mr. Vaughan, of South Australia, has arranged to tour the Pacific coast cities under the aegis of the ...

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  37. RUSSIAN SITUATION

    A message from Petrograd says that in the polling in the city for the Constituent Assembly the Bolsheviks polled 400,000 votes, the Cadets ...

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  38. EAST AND AFRICA

    General Allenby in a despatch from Palestine reports:—"Sines Tuesday evening the enemy has carried out demonstrations along his ...

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  39. MR. LLOYD GEORGE SUPPORTED.

    Lord Lansdowne's views were calmly received here, and officials are suspending final judgment. Until they ascertain his compelling ...

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  40. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS

    The Danish press opines that Germany would never have negotiated with the Bolsheviks had these had the remotest possibility of retaining ...

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  41. GENERAL WAR NEWS

    Press correspondents in Paris say that the allied war conference may urge America to put her shipbuilding programme ahead of everything, ...

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  42. AMERICAN PRESS VIEWS

    The New York newspapers give prominence to Lord Lansdowne's letter, and speculate on whether it reflects to any extent the ...

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  43. KRYLENKO'S UNPOPULARITY

    The "Daily Chronicle" correspondent in Petrograd says that Ensign Krylenko had a hostile reception when he attempted to address the ...

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  44. BRITISH CAPTURES.

    General Allenby reports to-day:— "The enemy rushed our advanced works on Thursday night on the south bank of the Nahr-el-Auja in ...

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  45. BLOW AT ITALY.

    The Paris correspondent of the "New York Times." says:—"Italy fears a German blow via Switzerland. The allies cannot afford to ...

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  46. GENERAL CABLE NEWS

    Some burglars recently entered the Kaiser's palace, at Wilhelmshaven, and carried off numerous urns, Portland vases, and ancient ...

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  47. EAST AFRICA CAMPAIGN

    The Commander-in-Chief in East Africa reports:—"General Northey's troops are concentrating westward of the Mohesi Valley, and ...

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  48. PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENTS.

    Statements in high quarters are now pronouncedly antagonistic to Lord Lansdowne. President Wilson, in a message to Congress that ...

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  49. CONFERENCE UNISON.

    If Dr. von Hertling intended his speech in the Reichstag to influence the interallied conference, he will be disappointed. Mr. Lloyd George ...

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  50. ACTION BY THE ALLIES

    The universal question here is what the allies are doing with the view of countering the Russian defection. It is believed that the ...

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  51. NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN.

    The New South Wales loan has closed. The underwriters expect to receive a fair quantity of it, and will probably have 30 per cent. left ...

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  52. MESSAGE TO RUMANIA

    President Wilson in a message to Rumania, says that the United States will continue to assist courageous Rumania, and support ...

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  53. WAR PRECAUTIONS

    The War Cabinet has appointed a committee, which includes Mr. E. N. Barnes, Lord Auckland, Sir Eric Geddes, and Mr. Asquith, to deal ...

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  54. GERMAN MINISTER'S COMMENT

    In the Reichstag yesterday, the Foreign Minister, Baron Kuhlmann, said that those who demanded war to the bitter end had declared ...

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  55. BOLSHEVIK DOWNFALL.

    Travellers who have arrived at Haparanda from Petrograd state that the Bolsheviks cannot retain power long. All classes are ...

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  56. CANADIAN CONDEMNATION

    The Canadian press, with few exceptions, denounces Lord Lansdowne's letter as likely to afford the greatest encouragement to ...

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  57. SYDNEY PROFESSORSHIP

    There are about fifteen applications at present for the professorship of architecture in the Sydney University. A committee is ...

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  58. SUBMARINE SUPPOSED SUNK

    A Greek destroyer attacked, and is believed to have sunk, a German submarine yesterday. ...

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